Queen’s University has partnered with The Rossy Foundation to create the U-Flourish Centre for Student Mental Health Research. The centre will generate research for the development of resources, tools, educational assets, and integrated care models and pathways to support student mental health. It will also train educators, researchers, and academic clinicians. U-Flourish will be directed by Queen’s Professor Anne Duffy. The Kingston Whig reports that the centre will begin operation out of the Queen’s department of psychiatry in September. “This funding [from The Rossy Foundation] will build capacity for student mental health research and education, nationally and internationally, and allow us to take a quantum leap forward in translating findings from individual studies into a curated library of sustainable and scalable resources and support,” said Duffy.